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• Record Type: Instruction
• Directive Number: CSP 01-01-011
• Old Directive Number: STP 2-1.94
• Title: Federal Program Change Transmittal: Occupational Exposure to Lead, Final Standard
• Information Date: 02/14/1979

OSHA Instruction STP 2-1.94 February 14, 1979 Office of State Programs

Subject: Federal Program Transmittal: Occupational Exposure to Lead, Final Standard

A. Purpose. This instruction transmits a Federal program change to Regions and State designees.

B. Scope. This instruction applies OSHA-wide and to the 24 States with approved 18(b) plans.

C. Federal Program Change. This instruction describes a Federal program change which affects State programs. Each Regional Administrator shall:

1. Ensure that this change is forwarded to each State designee.
2. Explain the technical content of the standard to the State designee as requested.
3. Inform the State that adoption of the standard within 6 months of its publication in the Federal Register is required.
4. Ensure that the State's progress in adoption and implementation of the standard is monitored and evaluated as provided in Chapter XVII of the Field Operations Manual.
5. Provide a copy of the standard to the State designee upon his request.

D. Background.

1. Occupational Exposure to Lead (Final Standard) Part 1910, Occupational Safety and Health Standards was published in the Federal Register (Vol. 43-No. 220) on Tuesday, November 21, 1978.

OSHA INSTRUCTION STP 2-1.94 FEBRUARY 14, 1979 OFFICE OF STATE PROGRAMS

2. Attachments to the Preamble for the final standard were published in the Federal Register (Vol. 43-No. 225) on Tuesday, November 21, 1978.

IRVING WEISBLATT Acting Director, Federal Compliance and State Programs

Distribution: National, Regional and Area Offices State Plan Designees HEW-1 NIOSH Regional Program Directors-1


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